Molly Hines

Violin Teacher

Molly Hines

SAA Member


Denton, TX
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Molly Hines maintains a dynamic teaching and performing career as a professional violinist. Molly greatly enjoys teaching private lessons to violinists of all ages. She is incredibly passionate about sharing music with others and loves working with all types of students. Molly has taught students of all ages in Greensboro, NC, Wilmington, NC, Woodway, TX, Waco, TX, and Temple, TX. Most recently, Molly taught several students at Academie Musique in Temple and Central Texas String Academy in Waco. Molly is Suzuki certified in teaching Suzuki Pre-twinkles and Book 1 and loves applying the Suzuki method in her teaching. Molly was an Instructor of Record of Aural Skills I at UNT in the fall semester of 2018 through a Teaching Fellowship as well. Molly is currently working on her DMA in Violin Performance at UNT. She received her Masters Degree in Violin Performance at Baylor University and studied with Dr. Bruce Berg as well as received her Bachelors degree in Violin Performance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro under Dr. Fabián López. 

Molly has extensive experience in orchestral playing and has performed in several ensembles throughout North Carolina and Texas. Molly has performed as a first and second violinist with the Greensboro Symphony, Fayetteville Symphony, Wilmington Symphony, North State Chamber Orchestra, Waco Symphony, and Temple (TX) Symphony as well as both the Baylor Symphony Orchestra and the UNCG Symphony Orchestra. Molly is the recipient of the School of Music Dean’s Scholarship and full Graduate Assistantship at Baylor University, the Elizabeth Cowling Music Scholarship, the Thursday Morning Music Club Scholarship and was chosen as the winner of the Richard Deas Concerto Competition. She performed as the second violinist in the Ursino String Quartet and won the chamber division of the Semper Pro Musica Competition at Baylor with the quartet. As a result, the quartet performed at Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall in May of 2017. Molly also received the Betti Foundation Fellowship Award through the Methow Valley Chamber Festival and performed as a member of the festival’s fellowship quartet in July of 2017. In addition to orchestral and chamber playing, Molly is an active solo performer as well and enjoys collaborating with concert pianist Domonique Launey, her mother. Most recently, Molly and Domonique performed a concert in Lexington, Kentucky at Transylvania University in 2018. The duo has performed at several venues in North Carolina including the Wilson Center in Wilmington as well as First Presbyterian Church (Wilmington) through its concert series, Music at First. Molly attended the Hot Springs Music Festival in Arkansas in 2012 and performed solo works at the Richard Luby Violin Symposium in the summers of 2011-2014 and 2016.